Event and book launch:

Wednesday 15 March 2017, 6.30–8.30pm Free, no booking required

The launch of Walking Cities: London, edited by Jaspar Joseph-Lester, Simon King, Amy Blier-Carruthers and Roberto Bottazzi, and published by Camberwell Press. Through bringing together a new interdisciplinary field of artists, writers, architects, musicians, human geographers and philosophers Walking Cities: London considers how urban walking informs and triggers new processes of making, thinking, researching and communicating. In particular, the book examines how the city contains narratives, knowledge and contested materialities that are best accessed through the act of walking. Ultimately, Walking Cities: London seeks to understand the wider significance of changing geographies to generate critical questions and creative perspectives for navigating the social and political impact of rapid urban change.

The launch features contributions from four of the contributors to the book: Sean Ashton, Douglas Murphy, Rosana Antoli and Peter Sheppard Skærved.

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The Blue Rigi, Sunrise 1842 by Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775-1851 Tate Britain, Clore Auditorium Saturday 30 May 2015, 16.00 – 17.30 £12, concessions available

Join artist Emma Smith and guest speakers, author Iain Sinclair and academic John Urry, to consider the relationship between walking and our experience and imagination of place, drawing on works within the permanent collection at Tate Britain.

More information is available here.


Malver Hills The Malvern Hills Walking Festival 2015

Saturday 23rd May - Sunday 31st May 44 walks, five guided walks most days Food walks, history walks, nature walks and geology walks are available

For more information on the festival click here. To find out more information about the local area click here.


Screen shot 2015-03-25 at 18.37.53 Lecture Nightwalking Thursday 26 March 2015, 18.15 - 19.30 UCL Medawar Building, Malet Place, G01 Lankester Lecture Theatre

In this lecture, Matthew Beaumont discusses the nocturnal perambulations of poets, novelists, and thinkers such as Shakespeare, William Blake, De Quincey and Charles Dickens.

More information is available here.


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The MAP6 publication The Moscow Project was on show at the Photo Publishers’ Market this weekend. It was also great to see so many other fabulous publications on display.

The Photo Publishers’ Market was held at The Phoenix and was organised by Brighton Photo Fringe, Photoworks, Brighton Photo Biennial and Miniclick.


BPF14_Portrait The MAP6 Collective are very excited to have been selected for the Brighton Photo Fringe 14 exhibition at Vantage Point: Collectives Hub.

For this year’s festival BPF14 will be showcasing fourteen UK photography collectives selected from open submission. The BPF14 Collectives’ Hub will be on the 7th floor of Vantage Point, near Preston Circus, a large open plan office space just ten minutes walk from Brighton Station. Twelve collectives will be showing there, with two more showing at Phoenix Brighton.

BPF14 Website MAP6 Website


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Sat/Sun October 18th and 19th

The Phoenix Brighton

10–14 Waterloo Place Brighton BN2 9NB

The Photo Publishers’ Market is organised by Brighton Photo Fringe, Photoworks, Brighton Photo Biennial and Miniclick.


4PaulWalsh My series All Things Pass has been featured as part of David Boulogne's 2012 Pics Project. It is a collaborative project bringing together photographers that have captured the East End of London before and after the Olympic games. David Boulogne is the curator of the project and you can read his review of my work here. My work will also be featured as part of a show that David will be curating soon in the East End.


Walking-Festival-Website-Banner-copy-1 This year's Suffolk Walking Festival opens soon from 10th May - 1st June. There are 79 walks all varying in length, difficulty and theme. You can find out more on their website or download the brochure here.


Ravillious walk Footsteps of Ravilious: A walk through Sussex

Towner is offering the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the artist Eric Ravilious, led by the author Andy Friend. The guided walk promises to explore Ravilious’s love of the South Downs, and the landscape and locations that inspired him. There will also be the opportunity to photograph some 
of Ravilious’s most iconic compositions.

Saturday 7th June Saturday 6th September

10am – 4pm

To find out more information you can visit the Towner website here.